Herald Suites is a pretty decent hotel frequented by Japanese. I stayed here for a conference and there was nothing much to complain except for the wifi signal. I love the pool area at the roof deck and the bar. The staffs were also great, they were friendly and accommodating.
First impressions of this hotel were not too good. The decor makes it seem rather dingy (though it's clean) and the bathroom was small. However, we stayed for five nights, and with a bit of practice we quite liked the place. The staff were very helpful and attentive. Breakfast was OK but would benefit from a partial buffet provision. The hotel is on a busy street, not the best part of Makati, and opposite "Little Tokyo". This means there are a good few Japanese restaurants round about, and it perhaps explains why the hotel seems popular with Japanese guests.
I stayed here as I had an early flight the next morning. The staff provided me breakfast on the go. A pleasant surprise. The room is outdated but great location as it is walking distance to green belt for restaurant and shopping. A cheap hotel for one night.
Stayed for one night. The hotel is outdated PROS: Near the business district Quiet rooms. improved sleep quality CONS: Toiletries breakfast is not buffet and you have very few options outdated furniture TV reception is not clear Staff declined to provide me with additional complimentary water
Stayed at Herald Suites twice (flying in/out of Manila). Good location compared to airport and also walking distance to green belt (resturant and shopping area). Nice Hotel, good, clean and large rooms and friendly staff. Paid 3300PHP/Night (incl taxes) which is very reasonable; and would choose the hotel again if going to Manila.